Virtue of the Week: Enterprise

The Farmer and His Sons A farmer, being at death’s door, and desiring to impart to his sons a secret of much moment, called them round him and said, “My sons, I am shortly about to die. I would have you know, therefore, that in my vineyard there lies a hidden treasure. Dig, and you […]

Virtue of the Week: Enterprise

The Farmer and His Sons A farmer, being at death’s door, and desiring to impart to his sons a secret of much moment, called them round him and said, “My sons, I am shortly about to die. I would have you know, therefore, that in my vineyard there lies a hidden treasure. Dig, and you […]

Time for a change….

Trojans bid farewell to Traeger Kennedy football coach Randy Traeger to take coaching position with Willamette Bearcats Tuesday, 22 July 2014 13:20 | Written by Lindsay Keefer, Woodburn Independent Kennedy football coach Randy Traeger is moving up to coach at Willamette University after spending 35 years coaching at the high school level.Kennedy football coach Randy […]

Virtue of the Week: Enterprise

The Farmer and His Sons A farmer, being at death’s door, and desiring to impart to his sons a secret of much moment, called them round him and said, “My sons, I am shortly about to die. I would have you know, therefore, that in my vineyard there lies a hidden treasure. Dig, and you […]

Wake Up!

Friends, The world will serve you comfort on a platter, all you have to do is be mediocre. But we were not made for comfort or mediocrity. We were made to live “outside the box”, to embrace the pain and suffering of this world and mold it into our success. We were not made for […]

The New American Divide

By CHARLES MURRAY America is coming apart. For most of our nation’s history, whatever the inequality in wealth between the richest and poorest citizens, we maintained a cultural equality known nowhere else in the world—for whites, anyway. “The more opulent citizens take great care not to stand aloof from the people,” wrote Alexis de Tocqueville, […]